Does Anyone Have Any Knowledge About A Medication Vraylar

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Charlie Says:
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VRAYLAR, My doctor has prescribed this medication to me yesterday the starting dose is 1.5mg. I know nothing about it. I was diagnosed by a different doctor for adhd and I am taking adderall ir 20mg x2. She seems to think possibly i could have been misdiagnosed by a different doctor. Anyways she claims that the VRAYLAR would give me abundance of energy?. Humm could this be true? More energy than my adderall? Which I'm not ready to give up!. Please any feedback would be great thx



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Optimistic Says:
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I have a friend who is really bipolar and he was given that medication and the change in him was amazing. He’s calm now, where he used to be completely off the rails, or in a depressive fog. He loves it. It’s so drastic people ask him what new meds he’s on.

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Optimistic Says:
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FYI I have ADD and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Adderall wasn’t doing it for me so I added LDN, just 0.5 mg in the morning, and now I almost never need the adderall. It’s been amazing & medicare actually covered it.

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VerFree Says:

Vraylar is an atypical antipsychotic that is most commonly used to treat conditions such as BPD, Schizophrenia, and other similar mental health issues.

It can cause drowsiness, and somnolence as side effects in some people that take it, along with nausea, and indigestion.

What types of doctors have you been consulting?

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